Who would have anticipated the past academic year evolving the way it has only 12 months ago – or even at the start of 2020? Whilst I reflect and look back at the great many frustrations and missed opportunities during this time, the dominant emotion for me is that of pride in our school community. For many it has been the greatest personal and professional challenge of our lives. Sadly, we have lost friends and family during this pandemic or made sacrifices that have challenged our liberty and freedom of choice, that we have never experienced before, in order to protect lives and livelihoods. Notwithstanding, we have put in place significant planning to ensure we can support the full opening of the school in September. There are, unquestionably, risks involved which we have endeavoured to mitigate whenever we can in our planning.